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Superfast Low-Temperature Switching of Nematic Liquid Crystals Using Quasi-Impulsive Driving and Overdrive
During this paper, we tend to report on the low-temperature, high-transmittance operation of a nematic liquid crystal (LC) cell. We investigated the electro-optic characteristics of a homogeneously-aligned LC cell over a large temperature vary. By applying high vertical and in-plane trigger pulse voltages between frames to an LC cell, the response time of the LC cell at $-hbox20 ^circhboxC$ was decreased by 12.5 times compared to that of a standard fringe-field switching (FFS) cell. Along with providing a quick response, the LC cell exhibited the identical high transmittance as an FFS cell over a good temperature range.
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